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Eternal Zombie Ink - Frostbite Blue

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eternal-frost-bite-Blue
There are plenty of perfect undead colours available as part of the eternal inks rather unique zombie range, including this ideal cool shade of frost bite blue. The icy flesh of the frozen to death can be very difficult to replicate in a tattoo design without the right colours, this particular option however provides you with a fantastic cold shade of blue that blends easily with a range of skin tones to give your designs that perfect look of a frost bitten death. For your convenience this is available in a selection of sizes, is organic, non-toxic, never frozen and sterilized; so you can be completely confident about the quality, cleanliness and freshness of the inks you order from us.
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Eternal Ink Zombie Frostbite Blue 1oz
16,99 € inkl. Mwst.: 20,39 €
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Diese Tinten sind nur für das Zeichnen bestimmt und nicht zum Tätowieren geeignet.
When doing a zombie tattoo design you will find yourself with a wide range of different design problems, and finding the right colours is just one of those problems. Frost Bite Blue offers you the ideal shade of cold, dead blue and blends well with a selection of other skin tones to ensure a more natural, dead look to the design. This is available in a variety of colours for your convenience, so regardless of size or detail you have the amount you need, and without increasing costs and waste materials any more than you have to. As with all eternal inks this is a high quality option that will retain the vibrant, bold qualities of the colour for a long time to come. The ink is produced using a selection of the best possible natural ingredients, meaning that the ink is not only non-toxic, but organic too, providing a greatly reduced chance that the ink will cause irritation to your customers when applied to the skin. This is a risk we help to further reduce by sterilizing all of our inks, the process is done using gamma radiation to eliminate any potentially harmful bacteria that would have otherwise been present in the ink.